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Participants
Sponsors

The Institute for the African Child, Sports Administration and African Student Union would like express its profound gratitude to all those who have worked hard to make this symposium a success. 
We would especially like to recognize the following:

WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR THE SUPPORT OF:

Dr. Allen and Susan Boyd 
Dr. Matthew Adeyanju
Mr. Doug Franklin
Ms. Betsy Weller
Dr. Steve Howard
Ms Acacia Nikoi
Dr. Charles Fox
Mr. Akil Houston
Ms. Susan Johnson (Muntumbo's Foundation)
Ms. Kim Bohuny (NBA)

SYMPOSIUM PLANNING COMMITTEE

Media
Manfred A. Ashiboe 
Colin Lasu 
Kwasi Boateng 
Musonda Kapatamoyo
Ines Mpambara 
Andrew Carlson

Photo Display
Sandra Langmandel 
Mollly Steinbauer 
Jeff Klasmeier 
Jackie Gayle

Registration
Akosua Boateng 
Martine Kirwin
Basetsana M. Maposa

Facilities 
Ephaim Nikoi 
Musonda Kapatamoyo
Andrew Ofori-Birikorang 
Hector
Dadzie Dominic

Publicity
Stella Gombe 
Denise Hughes 
Aissatou Balde
Felicia Kokoroko

Transportation
Philip Wekunda 
Milton A. Koroma

Banquet Coordination (ASU)
Erica Allen 
Peter Otiato 
Erica Butcher 
ASU Members

Coordinators
Matt Kirwin 
Gerard Akindes
Nana Owusu-Kwarteng 

STAFF OF THE CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

Dr. Josep Rota, Director
Ms. Beth Clodfelter, Assistant Director
Ms. Polly Sandenburgh, Director, Ohio Valley International Council
Ms. Jennifer Cochran, Assistant Director, External Communications
Jill McKinney, Office Manager
Glenda Washburn, Accounting Associate
Joan Kraynanski, Administrative Assistant
Graduate Students, African Studies, Communication and Development Studies and International Development Studies .

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